Posted by SRB on Jul 27, 2018
The three Rotary Clubs in Barbados honored outgoing UN Resident Coordinator in Barbados Ambassador Stephen O'Malley for his contribution to the Rotary Model United Nations Program for students and youth in Barbados at the Barbados Club weekly luncheon meeting held on Thursday 26 July 2018 at the Hilton Hotel. He was presented with a plaque by Past District Governor David Edwards along with representatives from all three clubs, Rotary Barbados, Rotary South and Rotary West.
Rotary Model United Nations Program help young leaders in many different ways:
  • Teaches students peaceful conflict resolution, diplomatic negotiating strategies, and critical and analytical thinking and speaking skills
  • Exposes students to complex international issues and different cultures and political ideologies in order to develop a more balanced, objective worldly perspective
  • Increases Rotary's involvement with Youth Services in addition to RYLA, Interact, and Rotaract.